A look around the league and the web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out.
C: Portland Trail Blazers' Twitter account. Just Karl Malone, some guy, Brian Grant, and some giant fish.
PF: Cowbell Kingdom. "Is DeMarcus Cousins Salvageable."
SF: The Basketball Jones. "Just Some Dogs Wearing NBA Hats."
SG: Glory Days. A Jerry Stackhouse/George Gervin conversation that may or may not have happened.
PG: Yahoo! Sports. You've likely read this, but Marc Spears' interview with Rajon Rondo was fun and insightful.
6th: The Point Forward. And we're re-linking to it again because it allows for Zach Lowe's Boston breakdown.
7th: SB Nation. This is older, but let's rip on some rappin' NBA players!
8th: Sports Illustrated. Phil Taylor breaks down his time spent covering the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
9th: Hardwood Paroxysm. "Shaq, Ron Artest, and Michael Jackson."
10th: Eight Points, Nine Seconds. Tim Donahue with another one of his must-read lockout takes, delving into the ideas of fixed costs and percentages, and why it's not so much the contracts that are the answer but the answer is to change how these contracts are created and what stringent rules they have to fit "up" to. That was a long description. Read the post.
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